Albert Hines, Madison's First Executive Director

Albert Hines, an advocate for change, helped lead the boys' work program at Madison Square Church House in the early 1900s. Feeling the neighborhood needed a central spot for the young men growing up there, he set up the 60 boys' he was leading in a separate space on 31st street. Bearing the name "Madison Square Boys Club," Albert became the organization's first Executive Director. Mr. Hines saw #MadisonBGClub through growth, turmoil, and innumerable milestones, helping mold the #MadisonJourney into what it is today. #TBT

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